We had so much fun with Kennebec Messalonskee Trails today! 🍂🍁
A special thanks to Scott McAdoo for helping us out this event together, and hiding our pinecones! We had so much fun searching for the hidden pinecones and enjoying this beautiful trail!
What is your favorite Kennebec Messalonskee Trail? ... See MoreSee Less
We are hiding pinecones at the Oxbow trail! We have some wonderful prizes for the first people to find them!
See you at 9:00!
*The Oxbow trail is on Cool Street next to the Lutheran Church* ... See MoreSee Less
Did we mention how thankful we are for all of your donations?!
Thanks to everyone who donated in the month of September we were able to bring Maine Film Center its donation check this week,
Kimberly N. Lindlof, Heather MacKenzie Thorne - Realtor, and Samantha Burdick presented Mike Perreault with a donation check made possible by donations made throughout the month of September; Yoga in the Park and a GreenDrinks event at Cancun. ... See MoreSee Less
Next Thursday we will be helping to hand out "Farmers to Families" food boxes at the North Street Playground.
Please share and help us get the word out about this amazing program!On Thursday, October 29th, from 7 am until the boxes are gone (and they will go fast!), the USDA food program, "Farmers to Families" will distribute free boxes of food at the North Street Playground next to the Alfond Center-YMCA.
Food Boxes will have 12 pounds of produce, 5 pounds of meat, and 5 pounds of dairy, and will weigh around 22 pounds. Each box will also be accompanied by a gallon of 2% milk. On each trailer there will be 18 pallets of boxes (64 boxes each) and 6 pallets of milk (192 gallons each) to reach the target of 1152 units per trailer. The trucks delivering the food will be refrigerated. Milk will be in cardboard packaging and will not require crates to be returned. The assortment of produce, meat, and dairy will likely change as products are available. USDA farmers to families logo will be affixed on all boxes and the letter detailing coronavirus best practices will also be inside.
There is no means testing or residency requirement. If you can't use everything in the box, feel free to pass food along to family and friends. Covid precautions will be in place and everyone should come prepared to wear a mask and socially distance.
If you can help unload the truck and distribute boxes, or have any questions, pls call Rev Maureen Ausbrook (Rev Mo) at 509-1494 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org ... See MoreSee Less